Third Annual Orthopaedic & Trauma PA/NP Seminar

October 27, 2017


We are pleased to announce our 3rd Annual Orthopaedic & Trauma Seminar. Over the past two years we have had a fabulous turnout and a lot of great feedback to help us improve for this year’s seminar.  This annual one-day seminar is designed to provide an update on current therapies and issues related to orthopaedic and trauma-related diagnoses. 

Experienced medical professionals to include Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Medical Doctors in orthopaedics, medical-surgical areas, emergency rooms, urgent cares, primary care, pediatrics, long-term care, and others caring for the orthopaedic population will benefit from this program.  Participants will receive comprehensive up-to-date clinic information to use in their practice. 

Please join us as we celebrate our third year of this exciting continuing education seminar, aimed to foster your personal and professional growth as well as develop the competence and excellence you need to excel in your practice.  


Please click the following link for the registration form that can be printed and faxed or mailed in.
Download Registration Form


Minneapolis Convention Center (Map)
1301 Second Avenue South, Room 206
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403


Hadley Powless, PA-C


A block of rooms has been reserved at a rate of $189 per night for a single or double at the Hilton Hotel, 1001 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55403.  Make your reservations by calling 1-888-933-5363 and referencing our three-letter code, EXC. Or reserve your room online: The cutoff date for all reservations is Wednesday, October 4, 2017.  Ask for the “47th Annual Orthopaedic and Trauma Seminar”. 


Following this program, participants should be able to:

  • Analyze pelvic injuries.
  • Compare operative and non-operative foot injuries. 
  • Discuss tibial plateau injuries.
  • Analyze compartment syndrome.
  • Review sports knee injuries.
  • Describe avascular necrosis. 
  • Discuss rotator cuff injuries.
  • Analyze distal radial fractures.
  • Describe clavicle fractures.
  • Review hand masses. 
  • Discuss extensor and flexor tendon injuries. 
  • Analyze elbow injuries.
  • Describe proximal humeral fractures.
  • Discuss exams for neck, shoulder, hand, wrist, foot, ankle, hip and knee.